Director, Calgary Central Mental Health Clinic &
Assertive Community Treatment Team
Dr. Oluboka graduated from University of Ilorin Medical School in 1986. He started his psychiatry residency training at his Alma mater in 1989.
Following a national award as the best resident in Psychiatry training in Nigeria in 1991, he arrived at the University of Western Ontario in 1992 as a Research fellow with the Department of Psychiatry for two years in Mood Disorders. He subsequently worked as a research assistant with the department until 1995 when he went to Dalhousie University for his Canadian Psychiatry Specialty training and graduated June 2000.
Dr. Oluboka participated in several clinical studies and published in Peer-Reviewed Reputable Journals in Bipolar Disorders, treatment refractory schizophrenia, measurement-based clinical practice and Clinical Pharmacology.
He has been involved in Clinical Program development and was the Medical Director of Clinical Rehabilitation and Evaluation Unit (CREU) program, an Innovative Regional Specialized Tertiary services for Persons with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness. This Program was a recipient of the Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-term Care ACE Award for Outstanding Achievement in Psychiatry in 2005.
He has participated in many Educational Program development and Continue Medical Education projects and has continued to present in several national and international conferences.
He currently works with the Alberta Health Services as the Medical Director of the Assertive Community Treatment Team. He is a staff psychiatrist and the Site Chief for Addiction and Mental Health Services at the South Health Campus, Calgary Zone and holds an assistant clinical Professor position with the Department of Psychiatry, University of Calgary.